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Hearing Aid Repair and Cleaning Best Practices

In Hearing Aid Technology, Hearing Aids, Hearing Technology by Roselynn Gamboa Young, Au.D., CCC-A

Maintaining the functionality and longevity of your hearing aid is crucial for individuals with hearing loss. Regular maintenance, including repair and cleaning, ensures optimal performance and extends the lifespan of your device. When your hearing aid encounters issues, timely repair is essential. We offer comprehensive in-house repair services to address a variety of problems. From replacing domes, filters, and wax …

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The Lifelong Benefits of Early Detection and Addressing Your Hearing Loss

In Hearing Loss, Hearing Loss Treatment, Hearing Technology by Roselynn Gamboa Young, Au.D., CCC-A

Most people expect to experience some form of diminished hearing as they age. Hearing loss usually happens gradually over time but if the loss is detected early enough the extent and impact can be greatly minimized. The benefits of early detection can have a transformative influence on a person’s life and that of their loved ones. Understanding the Importance of …

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The Importance of Early Detection in Children

In Hearing Health, Hearing Loss, Hearing Testing by Roselynn Gamboa Young, Au.D., CCC-A

Parents, caregivers, and educators, all want the best for the children in their lives. They strive to provide them with every opportunity for growth, development, and success. One crucial aspect of this journey is ensuring their child’s overall health and well-being, which includes their auditory health. Take a few minutes to explore why the early detection of hearing loss is …

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Connecting the Links Between Hearing Loss and Dementia in Seniors

In Cognitive Health, Dementia & Alzheimer's Disease, Hearing Loss by Roselynn Gamboa Young, Au.D., CCC-A

Hearing loss is often considered an inevitable consequence of aging. Even beyond its immediate impact on communication and quality of life, recent studies have shown that hearing loss also affects cognitive health. Indeed, mounting evidence suggests that untreated hearing impairment not only makes existing cognitive decline worse but can also serve as a risk factor for the later development of …

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Why You Shouldn’t Do Anything With Your Earwax

In Ear Anatomy, Ear Health, Education by Roselynn Gamboa Young, Au.D., CCC-A

The ear is an important part of the human body, as it is the sole organ responsible for hearing and balance. It is no news that the ear is made of different components with different purposes that come together to function as one. From the ear canal to the eardrum, the cochlea and even the earwax all work nonstop in …

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Travel Tips for People with Cochlear Implants

In Hearing Loss, Hearing Loss Treatment, Hearing Technology by Roselynn Gamboa Young, Au.D., CCC-A

Changing your environment once in a while is an intriguing thing. Whether it is a planned vacation, a visit to a relative in another state or country, or even a business trip, travel can be quite a thrill. However, in the case of people suffering from hearing loss, especially patients with cochlear implants, there would be measures to ensure safety …

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How To Have A Great Conversation With People With Hearing Loss

In Communication, Community, Hearing Loss by Roselynn Gamboa Young, Au.D., CCC-A

Communication is essential to any healthcare setting and particularly important when working with people with hearing loss. Healthcare professionals must understand how to effectively communicate with hearing-impaired individuals to provide the best care possible.  Having a great conversation with people with hearing loss is about ensuring the individual understands their condition and treatment plan and making them feel heard and …

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Causes And Treatment For Conductive Hearing Loss

In Hearing Health, Hearing Loss, Hearing Loss Causes by Roselynn Gamboa Young, Au.D., CCC-A

Hearing loss can significantly impact our overall quality of life, making understanding the causes and available treatment options essential. One common type of hearing loss is conductive hearing loss, which occurs when sound waves are not properly conducted through the outer or middle ear.  Thankfully, technological advancements and medical interventions offer hope for those affected by this condition. This article …

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The Impact of Hearing Loss on Mental Health

In Hearing Health, Hearing Loss, Mental Health by Roselynn Gamboa Young, Au.D., CCC-A

Hearing loss is often perceived as a physical impairment, but its repercussions extend beyond physical wellness. In cases of hearing loss, the effects are resounding in the physical, emotional, and mental aspects. In this blog post, we delve into the profound impact of hearing loss on mental health, exploring the emotional dimensions that are often overshadowed. As we navigate the …

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Common Misconceptions About Hearing Loss

In Hearing Loss, Hearing Protection, Hearing Technology by Roselynn Gamboa Young, Au.D., CCC-A

The hearing sense is a crucial thread that connects us to the rest of the world. Unfortunately, misconceptions about hearing loss often shroud this essential aspect of our lives.  This blog will show the truths behind prevalent misconceptions surrounding hearing loss. Our goal is to create awareness, debunk myths, and cultivate a nuanced understanding of the diverse landscape of hearing …